Time Cockpit Blog

Meine Vorträge auf der BASTA 2013 starten heute mit einem ganztägigen C# Workshop. In diesem Blogartikel stelle ich Unterlagen und Links, die ich dabei verwende, zur Verfügung  Read more ...


This year at dotnet Cologne I have proposed a 60 minutes live-coding talk about async/await. It was really accepted and I even got the large ballroom. Wow, live coding in front more than 100 developers. This will be awesome. In this blog I post the sample that I am going to develop on stage.  Read more ...


At BASTA Austria 2012 I did a workshop about parallel and async programming in C#. In this blog article you find the material (slides)  Read more ...


During BASTA Austria I have been asked a WPF question. How can I implement a confirmation question that is asked whenever a user checks a CheckBox?  Read more ...


In this article you can view the slides for my WPF & Prism Workshop at BASTA Austria. Additionally you can download the sample code.  Read more ...


Today I am at the NRWConf, a community event of Microsoft-oriented software developers in the Börse in Wuppertal.Beside presenting our product time cockpit I also do a session about MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) and data binding with WPF and Silverlight. Because I do the session code-only (no slides!) I have recorded the content last night to enable all participants to repeat the shown sample.  Read more ...


Imagine you have two ListBoxes with lots of items. Whenever a user scrolls in one of the two ListBoxes, the other one should be updated, too. What we want to do in this article is to create a simple attached property, that allows us to group scrollable controls.  Read more ...


In this article I want to describe the functions of XAML, WPF and Silverlight in the context of graphic. I will use the corporate logo of our new company as the sample for this article because it's XAML implementation uses quite a lot of the graphic functions of XAML.  Read more ...


One of the really great enhancements in ASP.NET was the introduction of master pages. They help developers to create a consistent layout for the pages in an application. Unfortunately there is no such concept in WPF and XAML. In the following sample I would like to show a simple way to build a control in WPF similar to an ASP.NET master page.  Read more ...